At EA Play, A Way Out was revealed to the world, developed by Hazelight Studios and Josef Fares, who is responsible for the exceptional ‘Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons’. At this point, I knew this would be a day one buy for me, as I absolutely loved that game. So, who’s up for a prison break? Continue reading A Way Out lets you break out of prison, in co-op
With Scalebound now just a pipe dream for a few disgruntled Xbox One and Windows 10 fans, eyes now turn more firmly towards Rare’s Sea of Thieves, a game that has been teased for over two years. With a release due this year, details are still a little sketchy, with the odd developer diary video sharing a few details here and there. Will it be a winner for Xbox One? Continue reading The co-operation of Sea of Thieves
A multiplayer feature which was an included feature with both Uncharted 2 and Uncharted 3 from the get-go will finally be making its way into Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The Horde mode will allow teams of up to 3 players to battle through 50 waves of enemies, with new added twists. Continue reading Uncharted 4 adds co-op Survival mode next month
Ready Steady Cook!! Overcooked is served up to us on a platter and it has all the trimmings too. Let’s tuck in and see what the latest addition to the Team 17 roster is made of.
We all think of Bethesda games as epic single player experiences, and many of us would often imagine what a multiplayer co-op mode would feel like. We don’t demand it, but we often think about it. Todd Howard and Bethesda thought about it for Fallout 4, but decided on keeping it out of the final design.
Last night, while having a relaxing evening with my partner, after a long walk and dinner that afternoon, we wanted to try something different. No, get your mind out of the gutter. I meant in video game terms.